Associations and other tax-exempt groups could find it a lot costlier in the future to renew their website domain names ending in .org if a new contract proposed by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers is approved.
The group, which represents small cable providers, is rebranding to ACA Connects in part because it wanted to put the focus on what its members’ technology does, not what it is.
A needs assessment isn’t a once-a-year (or longer!) gig—it’s something your association should be focusing on habitually. Also: networking opportunities for remote employees.
Association members have stories to tell. The American Geophysical Union has enlisted StoryCorps, a nonprofit that collects and archives audio conversations with everyday Americans, to document its members’ accounts of their journeys through science.
Major League Baseball teams have started offering Netflix-style ticket subscription packages to boost attendance numbers and attract younger fans to the ballpark. Is it time for associations to consider something similar for their conferences?
Organizations throughout the Cornhusker State are hosting fundraisers and offering aid in response to the devastating “bomb cyclone” that hit Nebraska and neighboring states this week.
The University Professional & Continuing Education Association’s 104th Annual Conference begins next week in Seattle. Attendance is expected to top 700.
Membership packages with all the bells and whistles of career benefits are important for young professionals, but you won’t attract them unless it’s affordable. Also: select the right AMS.
The Reverse Logistics Association is a group that represents the logistics for products after their initial sale—a business that, in the e-commerce age, is growing, quickly.
The Alberta Motor Transport Association built a new training state-of-the-art track and complex to help increase safety among its drivers.